The Ball of Count Orgel


Le Bal du compte d'Orgel (English: The Ball of Count Orgel [1]} is a French film from 1970. It was the last film directed by Marc Allégret, who was also the producer of this film. It was screened at the 1970 Cannes Film Festival, but wasn't entered into the main competition.[2]

Based on Raymond Radiguet's book of the same name, posthumously published in 1924, the film concerns a ball hosted by the Comte d'Orgel (English: Count of Orgel ).

Set in 1920, the Comte hosts a soirée and dance for the upper echelons of Parisian society. One of the guests is a handsome young man named François de Séryeuse (played by Bruno Garcin), who during the course of the ball falls in love with the Comte's wife, Comtesse Mahé (played by Sylvie Fennec).

The Comtesse alerts her husband (the Comte), but he dismisses it, seeing de Séryeuse as childish and common. However, Mahé falls for François, and faints with passion on stage during a performance of The Tempest with François. Mahé continues to dream about him, however she is confined in her marriage.

Quelle: Wikipedia(englisch)
weitere Titel:
Le Bal du comte d'Orgel
The Ball of Count Orgel
IMDB: 39
Regie:Marc Allégret
Drehbuch:Marc Allégret
Philippe Grumbach
Schnitt:Victoria Mercanton
Darsteller:Jean-Claude Brialy
Sylvie Fennec
Bruno Garcin
Micheline Presle
Béatrice Chatelier
Claude Gensac
Gérard Lartigau
Ginette Leclerc
Marcel Charvey
Marpessa Dawn
Max Montavon
Sacha Pitoëff
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